Now, pamper your pooch with dip-dye pawdicures
As if dogs weren’t already spoilt with a variety of choices at doggie grooming parlours, is when the latest trend of ‘nail art’ for pampered pooches is barking mad.fashion and trends Updated: Jun 04, 2012 19:00 IST
As if dogs weren’t already spoilt with a variety of choices at doggie grooming parlours, is when the latest trend of ‘nail art’ for pampered pooches is barking mad.
Doggie nail art, called dip-dye, is the latest fashion trend for the canines, which is taking the US by storm, and is being applied in salons up and down the continent, the Daily Mail reported.
The trend appears to be the next big thing for crazy dog lovers.
The US Apprentice star Aubrey O’Day recently gave her own dogs a pastel-coloured dip-dye makeover.
Warren London, the website of an American doggie-product wholesalers, which sells special ‘Pawdicure Polish Pens’ that can be used at salon or at-home, proves that there are no limits to the lengths owners will go to beautify their dogs.
The tongue-in-cheek names of the colours are amusingly titled like Paw-ty In Pink, Smooch The Pooch Purple, Orange You Glad I’m Neon and Walk In The Park Green.
Moreover, for those fidgety customers, the varnishes are quick drying and are ready for walkies in just 40 seconds.
The makers claim that ‘only one layer application is necessary for that great look for your pampered pup.’
The site also features an online tutorial to ensure that users get the maximum out of their ‘Pawdicure Polish Pens’.
It would seem that celebrity nail art fans such as Katy Perry have got a lot to answer for.
But these ‘Pawdicure Polish’ is happily water based and non-toxic.